Storage Virtualization


Virtual Appliances: Hardware vs. Software

Xangati offers an updated appliance server.

VMware To Cut 800 Jobs in Wake of Dell/EMC Deal

In a news-filled earnings call, the company also announced that CFO Jonathan Chadwick is resigning.

OCZ NVMe z-Drives: A Review

Superfast SSD.

2016: A Look Ahead

2015 could be seen as the year virtualization technology moved from being something of interest to being an established part of industry-standard datacenters.

How the Datacenter Will Change in 2016

Rick riffs on legacy apps, automation and storage for the new year.

Decoupling Price and Performance in Storage

DataCore's "Adaptive Parallel IO" represents a breakthrough.

The Dell Effect

Dell's announcement that it was buying EMC will be the mega-merger to end all mega-mergers. How will it affect VMware, which thrived with the hands-off policy of its former bosses?

The State of vSphere Virtual Volumes

Testing is ramping up, and adoption in production environments has been steady, if not spectacular.

4 Possibly Correct Predictions for 2016

Every year, publication editorWhat does Jon Toigo see when he looks into his crystal ball?

Q&A on Microsoft Virtualization, Part 5

Ben Armstrong discusses virtualization options for storage and Azure.

The 2015 Virtualization Review Editor's Choice Awards

As the calendar flips over to 2016, it's time for our contributing editors to look back and take stock of those products that they loved best in the last year.

Virtualization: Much More Than Virtual Machines

Old ideas of virtualization still hold, even in 2016.

Q&A: Microsoft Virtualization, Part 1

Ben Armstrong, a.k.a. "Virtual PC Guy," discusses the past, present and future of Microsoft virtualization.

How Citrix Got Here

Citrix has taken radical new steps to better compete. Here's why it began to struggle.

Introducing ePAT: The Solution To Your Storage Problems

The new technology that's sure to revolutionize the industry.

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